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 Post subject: XL'S at withams
PostPosted: Tue Oct 26, 2010 9:09 pm 
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LOT No.438 http://www.mod-sales.com/tender/listing.htm

May be of interest to you boys?

:( I do miss my 101 :(

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 Post subject: Re: XL'S at withams
PostPosted: Wed Oct 27, 2010 5:39 pm 
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Cheers for that. Its hard to work out how much tread is left.

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 Post subject: Re: XL'S at withams
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yeah, had a look at the pic too. really need to view in the flesh and its too far for me. i wonder what the rims are off?
they've some other interesting items too which ive put low tenders in fdor.

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 Post subject: Re: XL'S at withams
PostPosted: Wed Oct 27, 2010 10:16 pm 
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Be careful, mate of mine did that when he wanted a forkift but bid on some other stuff as well just to fill the space. Didn't win the forklift but a low loader turned up at his yard with a 155mm LH70 howitzer, Scorpion hull and a load of scrap electronic crap :lol:

My how we laughed, got the pics somewhere. He did manage to sell most of it on though.

Rims probably off an RB44?

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 Post subject: Re: XL'S at withams
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Although great off road XLs wear way too quick on road runs. You'd be better off putting slippers on your trick than those!

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 Post subject: Re: XL'S at withams
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I concur - in the Summer you can rub the tread off the tyres as it literally "melts" on long runs !

Still, if you can pick up some "cheap" they sure look the part !


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 Post subject: Re: XL'S at withams
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I concur - in the Summer you can rub the tread off the tyres as it literally "melts" on long runs !


Be good to have a set of winter tyres - any good in snow?

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 Post subject: Re: XL'S at withams
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Dunno as mine was laid up when it last snowed !

I would have thought so - yes - the tread is quite aggressive and definitely leans itself towards being an MT tyre...


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